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   or better at the military than i am. >> are you telling me you are going to send american ground troops into syria? >> i'm not telling you anything. the reason i'm not is because if i run and i win i don't want them to know the game. >> but you have to -- if you want to hit them hard -- >> -- i'm probably going to have to say i have a way that would be very effective with respect to isis but when i watch obama get up and talk about in two weeks we're doing this and in three weeks we're doing that. >> american ground troops in to chase them around? >> take back the oil. once you go back and take back that oil they have nothing. >> how do you -- >> -- you have to go in. >> with ground troops. >> you bomb the hell out of them and then you encircle it and then you go in and let mobile go in and great oil companies go. in once you take that oil
   could not be based on the way you treated me but i won't do that. >> reporter: the biggest fireworks flew over trump's head between chris christie and rand paul. >> when you sit in the sub committee just blowing hot air about this you can say things like that. >> i don't trust president obama with our records. i know you gave him a big hug.
   city say sometimes unsavory characters in times square just need to be pulled in. >> when the family chose not to give a larger tip, strawberry shortcake ripped off her head and started cursing at the family. >> what is wrong with people? really? the man in the spiderman costume is charged with assaulting a police officer. >> people are crazy. >> i'm thinking the guy really wasn't using his spider senses at all. >> you are from new york. what is the deal? >> that is funny. that would not be me. i wouldn't be in a costume in the first place. >> i just got back from vacation. absolutely surprised it is 82 degrees here in july. >> reporter: once again, we have another great cool down coming our way. tomorrow is one of those days if you can get out of work,
   >> good evening everybody and welcome to the huckabee show. you guys are all jazzed up here tonight. by the way, welcome to new york where it's snow all over the east coast. and you do realize that you're now in the epicenter of global warming (laughter) >> somehow it doesn't feel like
   was a drag. so my mom put ammonia on it and it felt better. the assets neutralized and we donated accepting the proton and that is a little bit that we are doing their. and then my brother had a lion of gilbert chemistry set back when they were dangerous and cooled. and he made ammonia in my hand and i just went through something -- i have to know what's going on. and so i will just tell you in the back of the book coupon for your self i know that you all by this. but i have a list in the acknowledgments of my older brother, all the teachers that were just a huge influence on me. [applause] you spend more time with teachers and you do with than
   as we get in the afternoon hours it is all about the eagles and football. we will that have forecast with the full and exclusive accu weather seven day, walter. >> all right, melissa. >>> a large party took place for a new non-profit call the b foundation. honey bash raised fund for brain aneurysm research and awareness. two sisters founded it in memory of her cuss honey died of a brain aneurysm at the age of 27. moved to action when they realize there are very few
   he is entertainment. for kent donaldson, he refuses this think it won't work. >> there is no doubt in my mind. even if this is not directly that someone would call me as a result of this it's just really helped my attitude. >> reporter: mostly though it's the curious who might look for a minute and then hurry on. everybody who still has a job is doing extra work. kent donaldson wouldn't mind being busy again. >> seasoned professional out of work! >> reporter: mike sugerman, cbs 5. >> i hope he is watching us to see this story because it started as a way to stay connected with friends. today the kit, or keep in touch list, is a social network offering hopes to thousands of job seek earnings. kate kelly introduces this week's jefferson award winner, the woman who started it all. >>> reporter: sue connelly has a lot of friends. through her work as a marketing consultant in silicon valley, she knows people from all sorts of companies and uses her computer to keep in touch. so 12 years ago when her friends at silicon graphics were facing layoffs, she did what came naturally.
   what came naturally. she got online and contacted everyone she knew who might be able to help. >> i just put an apb out to recruiters i knew and my other friends and other consultants, send me what you have if you have anything, and then i'll send it to my friends and you can grab them and, you know, get these amazing people back to work. >> reporter: that spirit of friend helping friend became the genesis of the "kit list," a nonprofit social networking community that provides hope, job leads and support. >> it grew because, you know, friends would say, can i add my friends, my husband, my manager? and i thought, sure. and it just kept growing and growing. and then more and more people kept sharing job leads. >> reporter: since 1997, the "kit list" has grown from a core group of about 50 friends to its current 67,000 membership. and while sue now charges employers and recruiters for posting job listings, for those people looking for work, it's all free. software marketer kevin arndt says the "kit list" made his
   that along with big fees on financial institutions, he said would grow the middle class with tax breaks and making community college free. >> and let's close the loopholes that lead to an equality by allowing the top 1% to avoid paying taxes on their accumulated wealth. we need that money to help families pay for child care and send kids to college.
   happen and as jessica was saying it's going to happen late because the terror of what would happen if it doesn't, you go back and you remember tarp, remember they voted that down and then they had to go back up the stock market fell 770 points and everybody is trying to gain the system where they can vote no and it passes. but you need like 218 house members to vote yes. somebody's got to by the the bullet before it's over. >> michele bachmann and some other republican members of congress are saying things will be tough but fine if there's no deal by the deadline, that the dire warnings by the president and others are just scare tactics. as a former businesswoman what do you think? >> well, i disagree with that. i think we must raise the debt kr50e8ing. and i think what's disappointing to so many americans is that a deal that could have been passed, that would have been passed has been on the table for at least six months. and that deal started with oklahoma's deficit commission reporting out the deal involves lowering the corporate tax rate and closing the corporate tax loop holes. it involves reforming
   al nominado de su partido si es denominado no es Él. esta vez no atacÓ a los mexicanos y respondiÓ de esta manera cuando le preguguoÉ tenÍa de que el gobierno mexicano estaba enviando violadores a la frontera. trump: la patrulla fronteriza, yo estuve allÍ la semana pasada, gente con la que he hablado me dice que esto es lo
   majority of americans, senator inhofe he used a snowball to debunk littleberal science. >> we've been hearing that 2014 has been the warmest year on record. do you know what this is? it's a snowball just from outside here, so it's very very cold out. mr. president, catch this. >> anna holmes is back. joining us now is seton smith and former governor of vermont, howard dean. james inhofe is packing snowballs on capitol hill to debunk liberal science. your reaction? >> i don't think people take chairman inhofe seriously anymore and that's i guess my reaction. >> if he's the chair of his senate committee tasked with
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   swing out a little bit, we have cocktails. we have the taco guy. we have roccos ice cream taco. mexican food. korean. wine. french place, if you love your french food, that is where you will need to go and the coffee and donuts. we have been trying to decide if we could taste everything single one which order would we go. this place, it is called the bone yard. take a look at this menu. it looks fabulous. the food coming out of the truck delicious. bill, i know that you are very health conscious, that is why i am ordering you the most sinful item on the menu. i am going to order bill the nachos. i have rich here with me. what is on them? let me get out of the way.
   >> no, it wasn't. your twitter account -- >> thank you. >> for the record it was well beyond rosie o'donnell. >> yes i'm sure it was. >> your twitter account has several disparaging comments about women's looks. you once told a contestant on "celebrity apprentice" it would be a pretty picture to see her
   and it didn't make it into an anti-obama ad. 2* made it into really the issue of security and the huh poke craw see. i thought is that was a more effective way to make the argument. and the nra should put out white papers with fact. that's what they should be doing. they do have so many good points. this is is a part of the constitution. it is right under the first amendment. later in the show we are going to get to some of the first amendment issues that will be december mated. >> and thank you for bringing that up. i like it when you do fore shadowing. >> well, greg, i know you like a good tease. >> and you are one of the best. >> well maybe you never read the stories and you are just psychic. that was impressive. >> there are stories here?
   i didn't realize they were employing the children to inform the policiment apparently he went to them and said how about drone strikes? they went, cool, that's great. >> that's the thing. why doesn't he employ policy decision? they would think drone strikes are mean. they are mean. >> no, they are cool because you blow people up without any authorization and they don't know what is coming and other people die. >> it is far away though so you don't really see it. >> same thing. >> jedediah, was using children exploy tiff or fair? >> i didn't like the ad. i thought it was a bad ad. >> really? >> yes. i look to ads like this to sway public opinion. i want you to inform the public and i want them to leave from watching the ad and maybe think differently. this looked hipocritical. a lot of people who support the nra are sort of beating up on president obama and rightfully so for surrounding himself with kids and bringing kids into the discussion. then you have an nra ad that goes after obama's kids.
   >> let's welcome our guest. >> they never get that right. she's hotter than a time square rolex. i am here with columnist and fox news contributor. jedediah bila. if hilarity was a bike tire i would pop in twice a month. and in germany he is a yoga mat. my sidekick bill schulz. anyway, she is so sharp she sleeps on a dart board. next to me kennedy special correspondent as well as reason.com and reason.com tv contributor. and they will try to make you think that his stories don't think. our new york times correspondent. >> today in the international section, it is the continued outrage over russia's ban on u.s. adoptions. thank the reverse isn't true. enter porch, are you looking forward to the moscow times becoming your new daddy, old chum? >> in russia is it sunny?
   goes after obama's kids. i understand the point about security, valid points. in fact, you did this better. i heard you make this point. it was in a way that viewers could watch and say he has a good point. this ad did that for me. >> i was just about to attack her on her thing. >> see how clever m why. >> you had me and then you lost me. >> i was going say it, and then she said, i did say i was better. i disagree with jedediah. the nra was making a fair point. he said he was skeptical about putting guns in schools which is basically what he has the luxury of, and so does david gregory and romy man -- ram emmanuel. why can't our kids be as safe as his kids? >> nobody does a better job of making themselves unpalable. you look at the choice between crazed gunman shooting defenseless victims or everybody opening fire at the same time. there is supposed to be a
   and by the way if it weren't for repug nens and coward december -- cowardess you wouldn't have adjectives to describe it. >> and everybody is ripping on the nra. it is a lobbying group. it is not the latin kings. >> they kill people, and nobody ever talks. we are demonizing a lobbying group that actually does not have any influence per say like in anything other than -- you know what it is. it is for guns. they are not going to trick you into anything else. they are called the national rifle association. you know when they show up at your office what they want for you, and it is not that hard. for some reason that is more dangerous than the latin kings or any of the chicago gangs where 500 people are killed over a year. >> they put out a follow-up ad that was much better. they wept after the media elite. and it didn't make it into an
   but it is just another elitist hipocrite when it comes to a fair share of security. protection for their kids and gun free zones for ours. >> sounds familiar. it is the same point i made a month ago. jay carney responded, most americans agree that the president's children should not be used as pawns in a political fight. but to go so far as to make the safety of the president's children the subject of an attack that is repugnant and cowardly, meanwhile kids were front and center with obama as they announced his plan for cutting gun violence. the white house released letters written by the youngsters like this one from an 11-year-old named julia who wrote, quote, i know that laws have to be passed by congress but i beg you to try hard to make guns no the allowed. not just for me, but for the whole united states. how generous. the kids have spoken. is the gun debate now over? >> no, it is not over. i didn't realize they were
   brats to do anything these days. >> if they are telling me he wants to be on tv, he will say anything. >> my brother had an option to be on tv with mike ditka when he was 6 and he started crying. he ruined the opportunity. >> that is the kind of evidence i need. >> he didn't have any choice. i didn't think that was such a great idea. don't call the ad repugnant. that will rattle the base. that is bad and i am impressed the nra publicist still has its its -- his job. >> obama sex ploiting children. >> obama is exploiting children. the nra has not done the best job framing the gun control debate. and now you are just seeing something that could be a very logical debate being pulled apart at the seems, and now we are at both extremes. and by the way if it weren't
   there was one game. barron how weirded out is rice about all of this? >> i'm sure she is freaking out. she would be more freaked out if it was kim jong-il. dictators are weird guys. imagine what you would actually find in kim jong-il's palace. >> he would have a scrap book made of real people. >> or an asian dude going, how you doing? turn me. >> you know what is weird though, greg, she is a really strong, independent woman. what is he going to do with her? make her one of his 50 wives? what's his plan there? >> what if he does president like women. -- doesn't like women? i am throwing you a bone. >> how much do you want to bet that when they went on the one dinner they had or whatever it
   i believe we have footage of their future court ship. >> i love it. >> what a woos. >> part two they are living in chelsea in a loft. sherrod, doesn't this humanize qaddafi, or does it reveal him to be the creepy, weird owe stalker, much like yourself. >> well this goes to show that even e harmony gets it wrong sometimes. maybe he just liked women of power. maybe it is not just condoleezza. maybe madeline all bright went through the same stuff. somebody questioned him on that? >> i don't think that ever happened. jedediah, couldn't rice end this search for qaddafi by putting out the word she wants to meet him?
   cake. >> fun fact, andy, when you plan for that sort of occasion, don't use real cake. it can ends in tragedy. >> you have had experience with that i take it? >> it was a no bake peanut butter cheesecake so there was no fatalities. >> that's a relief. >> not really. her family had a peanut allergy and everybody swelled up. >> my kind of party. >> i didn't invite you for that precise reason jie. and i appreciate that. >> dam you to hell. >> i apologize for nothing. >> let's welcome our guests. she's so cute that unicorns have pictures of her on their backpacks. i am here with jedediah bila. and he is so smart that brain teasers do him for fun. chris barron, go proud chairman of the board. and in serbia he is considered a war crime. it is bill schulz. and wherever he goes he makes everyone laugh, but enough about martin lawrence. sitting next to me, the great
   cake. >> fun fact, andy, when you plan for that sort of occasion, don't use real cake. it can ends in tragedy. >> you have had experience with that i take it? >> it was a no bake peanut butter cheesecake so there was no fatalities. >> that's a relief. >> not really. her family had a peanut allergy and everybody swelled up. >> my kind of party. >> i didn't invite you for that precise reason jie. and i appreciate that. >> dam you to hell. >> i apologize for nothing. >> let's welcome our guests. she's so cute that unicorns have pictures of her on their backpacks. i am here with jedediah bila. and he is so smart that brain teasers do him for fun. chris barron, go proud chairman of the board. and in serbia he is considered a war crime. it is bill schulz. and wherever he goes he makes everyone laugh, but enough about martin lawrence. sitting next to me, the great